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Re: CULT: Iris japonica.

Wait until after they bloom!  Any time is a good time to divide them, they
seem to grow continuously all year, but I would wait until after they bloom
so that you don't miss any of the glory.

>     My three potted plants of Iris japonica are beginning to get
>overcrowded.  The fact that I saw a fan growing out of a drainage hole caught
>my attention when I was putting them into the garage on a freeze night.
>     When would it be okay to divide these plants?  There are no freezes
>expected for several days now.
>Mark A. Cook
>Dunnellon, Florida.

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